In these workshops, CTL learning designers help instructors learn to manage course websites, use tools for collaboration, improve presentations, produce video lectures, and create innovative, multimedia-based assignments.
Spring 2017 Teachers Lounges consider approaches to class discussion that genuinely engage a diverse range of students. In this session we consider models for priming forthright conversation and licensing intellectual risk-taking during class discussions. What does educational literature suggest — and what do we see really working here at Columbia?
For better or worse, the 2016 election brought sensitive issues into our classrooms to unprecedented degrees. This three-part series on “Activist Pedagogy in the Trump Era” will address strategies for graduate students who are interested in exploring innovative pedagogies inspired by activist-scholars in their classrooms and beyond.